KX Storm Team Tuesday Afternoon Weather Blog

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Winds are breezy out of the north today after last night’s cold front passage, but expect those winds to slacken as we head into tonight. High pressure coming down from Alberta and Saskatchewan will move into our area overnight, keeping our skies clear. With clearing skies and calmer winds, temperatures will drop considerably. A Frost Advisory has been issued for the northwest part of our viewing area. Sunshine will again be with us tomorrow, but temperatures will be relatively cool. However, as we enter Thursday, winds will begin to shift once more out of the south as high pressure moves east and a surface low develops to our west. A lifting warm front associated with the low will lift into North Dakota. This will increase temperatures, cloud cover, and rain chances. Rain chances then remain with us through the weekend as a fairly active pattern returns to the northern Plains. -Meteorologist Dave Holder

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